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You will find the thermostat in the housing where the top radiator hose goes onto the motor.........hope this helps....cheers

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The wow list:
, 1:did this before and after stat change? .
which of 4 engines, we can not guess engines,
2: what temp stat did you buy, 180 ,195, 199F? or 160f.
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3: double posted, wow 3
4: what heat, the cab heater>? Ill guess that.
5: is blower in dash blowing on high.?
6: get heat in recirc mode and fresh air, ever?
7: does cluster gauge go to hot.? like NORMAL.
8:is it -40F out side, kinda matters....ask.
9: does car have clutch fan option or electr fan.?
10: is this RAD fan working correctly?
11: did you burp out all air in the system.
12: did you get level to top of rad neck , dead cold..
13: did you put the thermostat in backwards.
14; same is jiggle pin at 12pm (up) in stat.
15: is thermostat rubber new. or old and ratty.
16: DID You scan the PCM to see some very bad DTC errors? if yes, what>?

even johnny would be GOBSMACKED.!

Have heat when sitting still,but no heat driving down road, replaced water pump and the thermostat.
heat from what?


did #21 meter show normal during all this??????????
that be KEY fact #1
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Looking for location of the thermos stat


Please see my tip at http://www.fixya.com/cars/r5929960-s_thermostat . These are generic instructions. If you get stuck or need specific instructions for your car, please get back to me.

Your thermostat is here between the valve cover and throttle body:
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